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“Putting students first means pushing for changes that boost academic achievement for all students and help every child succeed.”

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Steve Sundquist serves as School Board President. He is a 21-year resident of West Seattle, life-long Democrat, school and community volunteer, retired finance manager, and Fauntleroy Church leader where he helped build consensus for a co-location agreement with the YMCA to serve our community’s youth. His two daughters, 18 and 21, graduated Chief Sealth High School. He is on the board of directors of Climate Solutions, a global warming research and advocacy group, and with Social Venture Partners, a nonprofit dedicated to addressing educational, social and environmental issues in Puget Sound. He attended WSU, with a B.S. in computer science, and U. of Chicago, M.B.A. in Information Systems and Finance.


Steve Steve Sundquist and his family are 21-year residents of West Seattle

Effective Leadership…

“Steve is the kind of fair, strong and effective leader we need. He brings nearly 25 years of high-level experience managing large staffs and operations, while driving system change. We are extremely lucky to have someone of his caliber willing to serve on the Seattle School Board.”

West Seattle Community Leader… “Steve really listens and appreciates that people care about our schools. What I like most is that he makes decisions that are well thought out and convey his passion for improving the schools for everyone.”

Lisa Macfarlane Past President, Schools First, and long-time volunteer

Lucy Gaskill-Gaddis Families & Education Levy Oversight Committee, West Seattle

Integrity. Transparency. Accountability.

“Steve believes strongly that the public’s trust and confidence is critical to delivering a quality public education for every child. As School Board President, Steve has led by example with integrity and a commitment to transparency and accountability. He’s willing to tackle the tough issues on behalf of our kids. That’s what leadership is all about.” Kevin C. Washington Education & Civic Leader, West Seattle

Another Teacher for Steve... “The School Board isn’t a job for Steve – it’s a passion. His devotion to all our kids is real. Steve’s priority is to get resources to the classroom. He is committed to supporting teachers and lower class sizes, so all students get the kind of individual attention they deserve.”

Janet Osborn, Teacher, Pathfinder K-8

A School and Parent Leader…

“Steve is a hands-on leader and he advocates for ALL students. He is so accessible. It’s a two-way street with Steve. He takes the time to hear from us and he communicates clearly with parents and the school community. He has shown strong and principled leadership and I cannot think of a better person to represent West Seattle on the Seattle School Board.” David Broadstone Past President, West Seattle High School PTSA

West Seattle Grand Parade

Steve’s Endorsers and Supporters Include: Rated “OUTSTANDING”

ELECTED LEADERS

Dow Constantine, KC Executive Joe McDermott, KC Council Tim Burgess, Seattle City Council Sally Bagshaw, Seattle City Council Sally Clark, Seattle City Council Bruce Harrell, Seattle City Council Tom Rasmussen, Seattle City Council Reuven Carlyle, State Rep. (D-36) Marcie Maxwell, State Rep. (D-41) Gael Tarleton, Seattle Port Commission Bill Bryant, Seattle Port Commission

EDUCATION LEADERS

RECOMMENDED

Janet Osborn, Teacher, Pathfinder K-8 Lisa Macfarlane, Fmr. Pres., Schools First Cheryl Chow, Fmr. Pres., Seattle School Board Lucy Gaskill-Gaddis David Broadstone, Fmr. Pres., WS HS PTSA

Kevin C. Washington Sharon Rodgers, Pres., Schools First Betty Hoagland, Fmr. Pres., Seattle PTSA Chris Korsmo Mona Bailey, Fmr. Asst. Supt., Seattle Public Schools Molly Seaverns Rebecca Carlson, Fmr. Pres., Lafayette PTSA Adrian Moroles Cori Roed, Fmr. Coord., WS PTSA Lew Dickert, School Principal Ted Reed, Site Council Leader, Chief Sealth HS Pam Eshelman George Griffin III Jon Bridge Patrick D’Amelio Bob Roseth, Schools First Board Bridgett Chandler Lisa Moore M. Miller, Fmr. Teacher

COMMUNITY LEADERS Petyr & Karin Beck Heidi B. Bennett LeeAnne Beres Celesta & John Bjornson Shannon Braddock Jennifer Broadstone Connie Brown Karen Chilcutt Mary & Robert Code Sally Crouch James P. Dailey Maureen Devlin Greg Dirks Beth Dwyer Bill Ellis Jim Faulstich Sarah Finney Jodi Gilfoy Gail Goralski Frank Greer Matt Griffin Joel & Maria Groen Mike Heavey Jodi Hill Peg Jones

Josh Sutton Barbara Kelly Mark Tabbutt Kevin Kever David Teel Fred Kiga Liz Thomas Shannon Kingston Liz Vivian Matt Knannlein Devin & Sherry Lehmann Rogers Weed Tom Weeks Ruth Lipscomb Conrad Wesselhoeft Chris Marks Bruce Williams Barbara G. Maurer Eric Wilson Cara Mohammadian Beth Wojick Tim Nuse Debi & Rick Yeabsley Larry Pierce Grace Yuan Lisa Plymate Chris Porter and many more of our Lyn Porterfield friends and neighbors Paul & Mary Margaret Pruitt Evelyne Rozner Kurt & Tami Schendel Reme Bill Schrier m Lesley Shanahan mail y ber to o ur Paul Shoemaker by Tue ballot Walter Sive s Laura Staley Augus day, t 16th Christine Susumi


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